Curtis St developement back on agenda

Last updated 10:10 13/12/2012

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New plans to allow commercial development in Northland went out this week.

Wellington City Council's strategy and policy committee agreed last week to notify a new district plan change for the controversial Curtis St site, which had been earmarked for a Mitre 10 Mega.

Those plans were scuppered earlier this year when the Creswick Valley Residents Association won a court case overturning the council's rezoning of the land after they successfully argued there was a lack of notification to residents.

Councillors last week agreed to a new special zoning for the site, which sets limits around the size and scale of any development.

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